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Robert Wilkin and Co. mi N WALD SALE YARD TO-MORROW. i S. GREAT CLEARING PALE 01' SHEEP, HORSES, CATTLE, IMPLEMENTS. For Particulars see Rills. Commencing at 12 o’clock. Luncheon provided. R. WILKIN & CO. Auctioneers. JAMESON & ROBERTS, 81Ga Ashburton. THURSDAY, 19th MAY. BONA FIDE Clearing Sale, AT THE TINWALD YARDS. Messrs Robert wilkin & co. (in conjunction with Messrs Jameson and Roberts, Ashburton,) have been instructed by Mr Joseph Clark, of Longbeach, to hold a CLEARING SALE OF HORSES, STOCK, & IMPLEMENTS, AT THE TINWALD SALEYARDS, SOUTH ASHBURTON, ON THURSDAY, iqth MAY. Mr Clark having completed the work of laying down the whole of his Farm with English grasses, and consequently having no further use for them, has decided to dispose of all the Farm Stock, which he has been so careful in collecting for some years past. The lots will be sold on their merits, and WITHOUT RESERVE. They comprise— OA DRAUGHT MARES & GELDINGS g MILCH COWS rj HEAD OF MIXED CATTLE 0Q FAT BACON PIGS 40 STORE PIGS 4Q PURE LINCOLN EWES £0 PURE LINCOLN EWE LAMBS )00 FAT WETHERS LOT OF STORE S 4 REAPERS AND BIN £ DRAYS SHEEP RS ON LIGH 2* 'O RSE 1 PL RO orses AND ELVATOR Ac., Ac., , r/' The Horses arc very goodMyfcCey nave been carefully selected, and cora'Sl'.Wßn R??!?*res to good Horses), young Geldings, Ac. They have been in regular work, and are well known throughout the district as most useful, Staunch Farm Horses The Harness, Implements, Ac., have been well taken care of, and arc in good order and repair The Sheep arc very good—the Lincolns especially being well worth the attention of persons wanting Ewes for a stud flock. Sale to commence at 12 o’clock. Luncheon provided. EGBERT WILKIN & CO., Auctioneers, JAMESON & ROBERTS, 79a Ashburton. Ecclesiastical. ATHOLIC CHURCH. ASHBURTON : Ist Mass, 9 o’clock; 2nd Mass, Ho clock, on the Ist, 2nd, and 3rd and sth Sundays (when one occurs) of the month. RAKAIA : Mass, 11 o’clock, 4th Sunday of the month. n,- EDMUND V COT]'EY. Educational. IHE MISSES HONOUR arc prepared ' receive, at their residence, Home •eet, PUPILS in Music, Singing, and rawing. Terms, per quarter, for each bject, two guineas. Drawing, in class, cry Tuesday, from half-past three to ,lf-past four, one guinea per quarter^ SPARROW CLUB. MEMBERS of this Club are informed at they can procure POISONED TEAT on and after SATURDAY EXT, May 21st, at Mr. C.\Mm:H)(iE’s liemist’s Shop, East street, Ashburton, rice to members, 15s (id per bushel. H. C. JACOBSON, ii, Hon. Sec. IyTESTERFIELD MILLS. Having taken the above Mills, I beg to orm farmers and the public generally it the MILL is NOW OPEN, and pe, by turning out a first-class article, merit a share of public support. Clristing on the usual terms. Cash yer of grain. JAMES CLARK. March 17th, 1881. 376 a IHE GUARDIAN is published every evening, giving every day’s news, to the hour of going to press. This is ,teS than buying a sixpenny weekly

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 347, 18 May 1881

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